Competition Law of the EU and UK

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Oxford University Press, Jun 7, 2019 - Law - 544 pages
Competition Law of the EU and UK is the essential introduction to competition law. Clear and accessible, without compromising on rigor, it helps students to navigate all of the technicalities of competition law.

With strong coverage of the economics underpinning the law, this text leads students through the complexities of competition law and helps them to understand its principles. Designed to bring the law to life, a range of learning features aid comprehension and invite students to think about the many applications of competition law. Key cases boxes provide lively discussion, and user-friendly flow charts and visual aids offer a stimulating approach to competition law, making it an ideal introduction to the subject for undergraduates and postgraduates new to this area of law.

An Online Resource Centre accompanies this book and provides:

Summary maps and key cases - downloadable for ease of use
Multiple choice questions - to help students to self-check progress and understanding
Table of OFT decisions - for quick reference
Web links - to enable students to take their learning further
 

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Contents

Preface to the Eighth Edition
xv
New to this edition
xvii
Table of cases
xix
Table of decisions and reports
xlv
Table of legislation
lx
List of abbreviations
lxviii
1 Introduction to competition law
1
2 The European Union and United Kingdom competition regimes
27
11 The Chapter I Prohibition
268
12 The cartel offence
285
13 The economics of monopoly abuse
301
14 The elements of Article 102 TFEU
309
15 The Chapter II Prohibition
344
16 An analysis of the principal abusive practices
352
17 UK market studies and market investigation references
405
18 The economics of merger control
420

3 The relationship between European Union and United Kingdom competition law
57
4 International issues and the globalization of competition law
76
investigation
94
penalties and leniency arrangements
135
complaints and thirdparty rights
156
8 The economics of agreements collusion and parallel conduct
180
the ELEMENTS of Article 101 TFEU
192
10 Block exemption regulations under Article 101 TFEU
253
19 The EU merger control regime and the treatment of joint ventures
427
20 The UK merger control regime and the treatment of joint ventures
468
public undertakings and state aid
495
22 Competition law and intellectual property
531
23 The common law and competition
556
Index
569
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Sandra Marco Colino, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Sandra Marco Colino is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is the Deputy Director of the Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development, a Non-Governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network, the Managing Editor of the China Antitrust Law Journal, and a member of the Academic Board of Dictum Lawyers. She previously taught EU and competition law at the University of Glasgow. Called to the Madrid Bar, she holds a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence and an LLM in EU Law from the University Carlos III of Madrid. Since 2017, Sandra has been directing the Summer Schools on EU Competition Law for Asian officials at the College of Europe in Bruges.

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